The Market Data team at Goldman Sachs are responsible for the consumption and timely, accurate distribution of all the real-time and historical data provided by global stock exchanges, brokers and data vendors as well as third party market data vendor applications and infrastructure that provides a critical input for all trading decisions that take place at Goldman Sachs.
This is a dynamic, entrepreneurial team with a passion for technology.
We look for engineers, with a growth mindset who are driven to automate and improve.
Essential Skills include solid Network and OS (Windows, Linux/Solaris) fundamentals, some SDLC experience (e.g. bash, python, git, svn) and the role would be a good fit for someone who feels they would thrive in a fast-paced, changing environment.
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